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Emmanuel Macron's victory in the French presidential election sent a wave of relief and euphoria across Europe.Macron also supports proposals for a new eurozone Parliament, proclaiming a two-tier Europe. But that is simply a recipe for splitting up the European Union.Turning the eurozone into a transfer union with its own Parliament would only deepen the divide between the eurozone countries and the EU's northern and eastern member states: Denmark, Sweden, Poland, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Because most of those countries will not join a European transfer union, they would be cut off permanently.Later, the United Kingdom opposed a joint European military.But the U.K. will no longer be a part of the EU, at least for the foreseeable future; and France has a young, dynamic new president. Creating a fiscal union without a political union would forever block the road to European unification, and set the people of Europe against one another more than the euro ever did.
End of European Central Bank restraint
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